CRC makes the grade in university cleanroom projects
Clean Room Construction (CRC) is on course to graduate with honours after completing a record number of university assignments during 2011.
Recent design and build projects at universities in Cambridge, Aberdeen, Lancaster, Leeds and Newcastle have sent CRC to the top of the cleanroom class over the last year.
The 2011 projects included a cyclotron cleanroom turnkey project, a state-of-the-art PET biomedical imaging centre extension and new cleanrooms to facilitate an electron beam lithography system.
CRC Director Steve Lawton said: “Clean Room Construction has earned a reputation over recent years for designing and building specialist facilities with excellent green credentials on leading university sites. Cleanrooms are a vital component of research-driven high technology sites and we are delighted to have reinforced our position in this critical area by providing solutions and ongoing technical support for the work of the top research scientists and clinical academics.”
CRC has previously been contracted to undertake prestigious university projects including the multimillion-pound Cambridge Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics (CAPE) and the Centre for Nanoscience, both at the University of Cambridge.
Clean Room Construction is a leading specialist in the design and build of cleanrooms and containment facilities for science and technology sectors right across the UK and overseas.